Model Question Paper 3rd Semester Diploma In Civil Engineering


Model Question Paper III Semester Diploma In Civil Engineering  

Model Question Paper III Semester Diploma In Civil Engineering
PART-A (Compulsory)

Answer any five Questions (5 x 2 =10)

1. Define working plan.
2. What is the meaning of roominess and what is the desired value.
3. State various factors that influence building planning?
4. What is Floor Area Ratio?
5. At what level are ventilators provided in bathrooms and water closets? Why?
6. Expand NBC
7. What should be the floor to floor height for Residential and public building ?
8. Mention the minimum width of landing in residential building and public building ?

PART-B
9. The line diagram shown in the figure for a proposed Residential Building with clear dimensions between inside walls (All dimensions are in mm). Draw to a scale of 1:100 the following views
a) Plan 20
b) Section on AA 20
c) Front Elevation 10


Foundation:Foundationshall be of C.C. 1:4:8 mix, 1000 wide and 300 thick laid at 1100 below G.L. for all mainwalls and verandah retaining wall. It consists of two footings of size 700 X 400 and 500 X 400 in C.M. 1:6

Basement:Thebasement will be in brick work in C.M. 1:5, 300 mm wide and 600 thick above G.L. A DampProof course in C. M. 1:3, 20 thick will be provided for all walls.

SuperStructure:Allmain walls will be in brick work in C.M. 1:5, 200 mm thick. The inner partition walls in toilet will be100 mm thick. The height of all the walls will be 3000 mm above floor level.

Roofing:The roofing will be R.C.C. 1:2:4 mix, 120 mm thick flat slab. Verandah slab will be of
R.C.C. 1:2:4 mix, 100 thick at a height of 2600 mm from verandah floor level. A weathering course in brick jelly lime concrete plastered with mortar 1:5:9 mix, 75 mm thick will be provided.

Lintels:R.C.C. lintel 120 thick over all the openings shall be provided. Suitable sunshades for all external openings shall be provided.

Flooring:Theflooring will be in C.C. 1:4:8, 120 mm thick plastered smooth with C.M. 1:3, 20 mm thick for allthe portions.
Steps:Provide steps of rise 150mm and tread 250 mm



SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS

D

FLUSH DOOR

1000 X 2100

D1

PANELLED DOOR

900 X 2100

W1

WINDOW GLAZED

1200 X1200

V

VENTILATOR

900X300

W2

CORNER WINDOW (GLAZED)

1000x1200



PART-C
10. Draw the site plan to a scale of 1:50 and prepare a single line diagram for a residential building providing suitable room dimensions.
Site No- 50
Site Dimension – 9 m x 12 m Orientation-
East – 30 m Road West - Site No 115 North – Site No 51 South- Site No 49
Building Coverage 75 % 20
11. Draw the water supply layout for the given line diagram of the building
OR
Draw the plan of Shallow Well Rain Water Harvesting Method for the given line diagram of the Building.


  MODEL QUESTION BANK
1. List the various factors to be considered for planning a residential building.
2. Why rectangular the shape of the room is preferred in buildings.
3. Mention the advantages of the site on the top of a hill or on the slope of a hill.
4. Mention the disadvantages of the site on the top of a hill.
5. What is the range of bearing capacity of the soil suitable for residential building?
6. What are the things to be avoided near the buildings?
7. What are the disadvantages of the building near to the sea shore?
8. Explain how the buildings are to be oriented in the following division of the India
a) Hot arid region b) hot humid zone c) tropical hilly region
9. What is the minimum area required for the proper ventilation.
10. Why the colour of walls, roofs, doors and windows should be lighter.
11. What is the meaning of roominess and what is the desired value.
12. What is the aspect of a kitchen in Indian residential building?
13. Where the bedroom is to be located in a building?
14. What is meant by Circulation in a building? Give guidelines for suitable circulation in a building.
15. Briefly explain the methods of ensuring natural lighting and ventilation in a building site.
16. State various factors influencing building plan.
17. What are the objectives of the building byelaws?
18. What do you mean by the means of access for a building?
19. What should be the minimum front open space for a building where the width of street fronting the plot is 7.5m?
20. What should be the minimum front open space for a building having a fronting street width less than 7.5m?
21. What should be the minimum rear open space of the building?
22. For a detached building what should be the minimum open space recommended.
23. What should be the minimum open space prescribed for a building of a height 10m.
24. What is Floor Area Ratio?
25. What is the standard specified height of the plinth from the ground level?
26. What should be the minimum height of a parapet wall?
27. What should be the maximum height of a compound wall?
28. What is the minimum grade of concrete for RCC work?
29. What should be the minimum thickness of the load bearing wall?
30. What is the minimum thickness of a slab?
31. What is the minimum size of a concrete column? Also mention the number and size of the rebar’s?
32. Why the windows or ventilators are provided at higher level in bathrooms and water closet?
33. What is the difference between the key plan and site plan?
34. What do you mean by a habitable room? What are its minimum standards?
35. What do you mean by hazardous building? Give an example.
36. What is the main factor to be considered while planning?
37. Specify the minimum dimension for a living room in residential building as per the NBC standards
38. Draw the single line diagram for the given site measurements and setbacks.


39. Draw the single line diagram for the given site measurements and percentage of built up area.
40. The line diagram shown in the figure for a proposed Residential Building with clear dimensions between inside walls. Draw to a scale of 1:50 the following views
a) Plan 20
b) Section on AA 20
c) Front Elevation




Construction details & Specifications are as follows
Foundation: 900mm wide & 1000mm deep with Concrete bed 1:4:8 200mm thick and two courses of size stone masonry in CM 1:8, 400mm depth of each course
Basement: Dressed size stone masonry in CM 1:6, 450mm wide 600mm depth includes 150mm PCC 1:3:6
Super structure:
BBM in CM 1:6 of 230mm thick for all walls Sill 100mm thick of PCC 1:3:6
RCC Lintel 200mm thick of CC 1:2:4
RCC Chejja 600mm wide, 150mm thick at support and 50mm thick at end RCC roof slab 150mm thick of CC 1:2:4 at 3000mm ceiling height
WPC 100mm thick average
Granite flooring 20mm thick over a CC 1:4:8 bed of 100mm thick BBM in CM 1:6 Parapet wall of 150mm thick, 600mm height Steps: Provide Suitable rise & tread


Schedule of Openings for Doors, Windows and Ventilators

Opening

Size

D

1100 x 2100 mm

D1

1000 x 2100 mm

D2

900 x 2100mm

W

1800 x 1200 mm

W1

1500 x 1200 mm

W2

1200x 750 mm

V

900 x 600 mm

39. Draw thewater supply/sanitary layout/ electrical layout for the given plan of the building.

40. Draw the plan of Shallow Well Rain Water Harvesting Method for the given plan of the Building.

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